and he will say to them put your guns back in your holster, gut on to your republican candidates and let them know that they need to come to the table. you can see there proctor & gamble, honeywell, pepsi, chevron, aetna, american express, honeywell. these are big, big companies. pepsi, ford. they're going to tell them what they need in order to invest, put more money in and start employing people. he is going to tell them what he needs in terms of getting congress to capital cooperate. you know, congress is probably more influenced by these companies than the white house is because these are funders on an ongoing basis, including organizations like the u.s. chamber of commerce with which the white house, as you know, has no relationship to speak of. >> now, one of the things we know that some of these groups, these ceos, poured more money into the republican races than the democratic races and essentially we're investing in beating the president, but for the most part when you look at that group there, they are, a, friendly with the white house, and there are no small businesses represented. do you think that's a problem for the president? why doesn't he have those people in the room?